Last week, I mentioned my love for Valentine puns…
So, today’s printable probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise.
Do you get it? Can’t Ju-See? 😉
You can grab my free printable —–>Juicy-Sweet-Valentine
P.S. Scroll down for another one that works for Juicy Fruit gum! 🙂
Print it up…it’s in black ink only to save on cost. You’re welcome. 🙂 Plus…I like how the black font affords you more paper color flexibility.
Purchase your juice boxes. Mine are roughly 2 inches by 4 inches.
Using a paper cutter, cut the printable in half. Then trim it down a little as needed to fit your juice box just right.
Wrap one piece around the juice box and score the edges in place with your fingers.
Trim one side down so that it fits neatly in the back.
Tape or glue stick it closed. Done!
I’m totally digging this neon and kraft paper color scheme this year.
This is an easy Valentine for a school age child to assemble. They can write their to and froms on the backs if needed. We have had teachers who request that and teachers that specifically request we not do that. So, there’s a clean slate for you to do what you have to do. 🙂
If, perhaps, juice boxes aren’t your style, you can use this phrase with Juicy Fruit Gum as well!
I made a printable for that too —–> Juicy-Sweet-Valentine-gum
It’s sized for the larger 15 piece packs.
Want even more Valentine inspiration?
I’m sharing a fun FREE printable over at C.R.A.F.T. today as well! Go HERE to check it out!
Cute! I love puns of any kind, and puns on little gifts like these are even more fun. =)
haha…aren’t they just so much “pun?” 😉
I seriously love these, Delia!
Thank you Anneliese!
Gina Booth says
So cute! What size is the craft paper you put in your printer?
I’m making these for my children’s daycare. Can’t thank you enough for the free printable and great idea!
You are so welcome! I’m so happy you like it!
This is so cute, but I can’t get the pdf link to open. Could you e-mail it to me?
Sure thing! I’ll send those shortly, and I’ll update the pdf file links as well to make them easier to access. Thanks for the heads up!
I did these for my students two years ago and they loved them! I would like to print them again, however I can’t access the PDF file. Would you mind sharing it again? Thank you!
I’m so glad you like it! Sure thing. I updated the pdf file link so that it should be easier to access. If you would rather I email it to you, shoot me an email: [email protected] and I’ll send you the file that way. <3